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Morton’s Neuroma, a Painful Foot Condition

Foot Pain From Morton’s Neuroma Morton’s neuroma is a medical condition that affects the nerve in between the third and fourth toes. However, it only usually affects one foot. The Causes of Morton’s Neuroma Morton’s neuroma develops when the nerve between the third and fourth toes becomes crushed and / or irritated. The suspected cause of the irritation is wearing shoes that are too narrow. When the small bones of the foot press up against the nerve they cause the…

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Neuromas Really Hurt ?>

Neuromas Really Hurt

Does the bottom of your foot tingle, burn or feel numb? If you have one or more of these symptoms you might be suffering from Morton’s Neuroma: Tingling, burning, or numbness Pain A feeling that something is inside the ball of your foot A feeling that your sock is bunched up So, what is a neuroma? A neuroma is a thickening of nerve tissues and may occur in almost any part of the body. This thickening, or enlargement, is the…

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